Strengthening Overall Regulatory Compliance by Aligning Policy Efforts to Impact Upcoming Regulatory Changes while Streamlining Intelligence Collection and Distribution Methods to Enhance Corporate Regulatory Strategy Initiatives
Life science regulatory executives are focused on a number of functions, such as influencing US and international policies, gathering intelligence relevant to the organization and product pipeline, while developing a robust strategy to support product approval. Regulatory intelligence executives are constantly reviewing strategies and tools to ensure collection of meaningful knowledge in an environment with continual informational changes, such as regulation updates and new policies Executives are also challenged with not only staying up-to-date on US based changes, but also reviewing and assessing international regulations, often in emerging markets such as China, Southeast Asia, and Brazil.
In addition to collecting information externally, regulatory intelligence teams are also responsible for ensuring the organization is aware of changes that affect individual functions such as research & development, marketing, quality, and manufacturing. Intelligence teams inform internal stakeholders on important updates through webinars, internal sites, and newsletters. Through open collaboration with the strategy teams, intelligence executives are better able to integrate regulatory update information into current operations which can streamline product approvals strategies and speed the time to market. With sessions focusing on benchmarking throughout the industry to define the scope and responsibility of regulatory intelligence within various organizations, this meeting will provide an unrivaled opportunity for life science regulatory intelligence to network and measure best practices.
Eric Jahnke | Sr. Marketing Manager | Q1 Productions
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